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  • Thompsons welcome Hep C inquiry deadline


    Thompsons Solicitors in Scotland have welcomed a ruling by Judge Lord Mackay of Dumadoon that Scottish Ministers must announce details of a public inquiry into Hepatitis C within five weeks

    (Filed: Fri Jan 09 2009)
  • Drivers urged to play it safe over the hols


    An anti-drink and drug driving campaign was launched on December 1st by the Met Police, warning people to take extra care with driving over the holiday period.

    (Filed: Thu Dec 04 2008)
  • Cameron Direct in Belfast


    Conservative Party Leader David Cameron is bringing Cameron Direct to Belfast.

    (Filed: Tue Dec 02 2008)
  • A resounding thumbs-down for c-charge extension


    Local residents and traders are calling on London’s mayor, Boris Johnson, to scrap the western extension of the congestion charge zone, which has been described by one council in the area as “west London’s Berlin Wall”, separating businesses from their customers and residents from essential services.

    (Filed: Thu Nov 27 2008)


    Trees for Life, the award-winning charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands, today welcomed the Scottish Government’s decision to allow a trial reintroduction of European beavers to Mid-Argyll.

    (Filed: Tue Jun 03 2008)
  • Torbay opts for Tata Interactive Systems’ Integrated Working Programme

    Torbay Children’s Services has commissioned the global learning provider, Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), to develop an eLearning course in Integrated Working. The modular programme enables those working across children’s services to understand how to work together more effectively in order to improve outcomes for children and young people.

    (Filed: Sun Feb 10 2008)
  • Aberdeen City Council makes staff training easy

    Cobent - the ‘compliance’ software vendor, specialising in the manufacturing and life sciences sectors – is helping Aberdeen City Council make training and development easier for the Council’s 12,500 full and part-time staff.

    (Filed: Fri Jan 18 2008)
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